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Posted by Paul E on May 01, 2000 at 16:07:44:

In Reply to: Geez.. posted by ChewToy on April 30, 2000 at 15:22:51:

: My clutch was slipping to the left of my uuc clutch stop, so I thought I would remove it. My travel now is so long it's almost left the car undriveable! *sigh* Is the throw adjustable?


: : Wassup everyone I need some help on this one. My friend and I both have a 95 M3, mine has a production date of 6/94 and his has a production date of ?/95. But anyways, we both have a clutch stop in our cars and for some reason, his clutch seems to disengage (point when you can shift) at a shorter distance than mine. Do all the M3's have different clutch disengagement points? Also, how much distance is everyones clutch stop cutting off? THANKS.

your adjustable clutch stop, ie, slipping past it because it doesnt come down centered on the stop, than go to Ron Stygar's site...He has a fix for this.


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